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For the primary universe counterpart, see Leeta.

In the mirror universe, Leeta was a Bajoran woman active in the 24th and 25th centuries.


Leeta was a member of the Terran Rebellion during the 2370s decade. In the year 2375, she was stationed on Terok Nor. Miles O'Brien instructed her to "debrief" Ezri Dax, following the Terran Rebellion's defeat of Regent Worf, which Leeta apparently took literally. When the Rom of the primary universe told her "we're married!", she gave him a disgusted look and sneered, "I don't think so...!".

Like Ezri and Intendant Kira Nerys, Leeta seemed to prefer female companionship, and she displayed an attraction to Ezri. (DS9 episode: "The Emperor's New Cloak")

Mirror rebellion[]

In one permutation of the mirror universe, Leeta married Ezri in late 2375, although the couple waited some time before announcing their marriage. (DS9 - Mirror Universe novel: Saturn's Children)

Leeta occasionally referred to Ezri by the affectionate nickname "Zee". (DS9 novel: The Soul Key)

Unlike her primary universe counterpart, Leeta did not grow up in an orphanage. She knew both of her parents, who routinely called her and attempted to persuade her to return to Bajor. She always turned them down, saying that the Rebellion needed her. Her father was a member of the Chamber of Ministers and was concerned that Leeta's activities in the rebellion would severely affect his chances of re-election. (DS9 - Mirror Universe novel: Saturn's Children)

In January 2377, Smiley sent the Defiant under Leeta's command to negotiate with the Talarian Republic in an attempt to create a pact against the Klingon-Cardassian Alliance. Leeta was able to convince the Talarians to aid the Rebellion and Endar led his people in a battle with the Alliance at Terok Nor.

During the battle, Leeta briefly conversed with her wife's primary universe counterpart, Lieutenant Ezri Dax aboard the USS Defiant, which had crossed over from that universe via the Bajoran wormhole. She wondered whether that Ezri was married to her own primary universe counterpart. (DS9 novel: The Soul Key)

In 2378, Leeta was one of the many casualties of the Memory Omega led attack on the SoHcha shipyards. Her death threw Ezri into a deep state of depression which lasted for several weeks.

After the victory of the Terran Rebellion later that year, O'Brien mourned Leeta's death. (ST - Mirror Universe novel: Rise Like Lions)

25th century[]

Admiral Leeta in 2410

In another permutation of the mirror universe, the Terran Rebellion reestablished the Terran Empire and reoccupied Bajor. By 2409, Leeta, now a captain in the Imperial Starfleet, was placed in command of Terran forces in Bajor sector and the starship ISS Fortuna. She was contacted by Gul Kardek, a senior member of the primary universe's True Way, about a possible alliance. (STO - Cardassian Struggle mission: "Spoils of War")

A starship from the primary universe discovered the True Way's portal into the mirror universe while attempting to recover the Orb of Possibilities. While trying to return it to the mirror universe and recover the version belonging to the primary universe, they were intercepted in the Badlands by Leeta's fleet, but destroyed her escorts and forced the Fortuna into retreat.

Arriving on Bajor, the primary universe crew was again accosted by Imperial ground forces led by Leeta, as well as Kardek, who turned out to be a changeling, but drove her off and captured Kardek before being returned to the primary universe by the Prophets. (STO - Cardassian Struggle missions: "Spoils of War", "Jabberwocky")

In 2410, Leeta, now promoted to admiral, led a Terran invasion of the primary universe after the Iconian War. The Terrans brought the entire Terok Nor station into the primary universe to attack Deep Space 9, but a determined Alpha Quadrant Alliance counterattack ended in the defeat of her forces, while Alliance boarding parties penetrated Terok Nor and destroyed the technology used to transport the station. (STO - Future Proof missions: "Counterpoint", "Assault on Terok Nor")

After Leeta betrayed the Emperor and was believed to have been killed, her ship, the Enterprise-F, was reassigned to Val Shon (STO short story: "Black Mirror")



Terok Nor personnel
Cardassian Union
Cardassian Guard
and Cardassian-allied personnel
Basso TromacBoheekaCorat DamarDatarSkrain DukatDulathHadarMavekNaratOranParekSigol RusotGaten RussolThrax Sa'kat Emblem of the Cardassian Union.
Bajoran Provisional Government
and Bajoran-allied personnel
JabaraKellec TonKira NerysOdoRom Bajoran insignia.
Dominion (2374) Weyoun Emblem of the Dominion.
Mirror universe Terok Nor personnel
Klingon-Cardassian Alliance Elim GarakKira NerysOdoJennifer SiskoTelok Alliance emblem.
Terran Rebellion Julian BashirSam BowersJadziaMichael EddingtonKeiko IshikawaLeetaEnrique MuñizNogMiles O'BrienJennifer SiskoLuther SloanLon SuderEzri TiganTiron Seal of the Terrans.
Defiant personnel
USS Defiant (NCC-1764) T. BarrowsT. BlairS. GarrovickJ. HamiltonK. MbuguaC. NynR. SabapathySerlingT. ShullStevokE. SutherlandT'LehrM. Willoughby UFP emblem image. Starfleet emblem. Assignment patch image.
USS Defiant (NX-74205) (I) AbdabaT. AmarV. AaastaakArla R.J. BashirH. BlakeBremertonS. CarsonE. DaxJ. DaxM. EddingtonH. IlarioJoson W.KellyKira N.KizilbashKolettaMeyerE. MuñizN'Kduk-ThagNogM. O'BrienOdoReeseP. ReeseK. RichterB. SiskoF. StevensR. TannenbaumT'RulC. L. M. D. C. TelTutuT. WeymouthJ. WheelerWorf
USS Defiant (NCC-75633) (II) Aleco V.J. BashirBoehmS. BowersJ. CandlewoodCassiniCelesteJ. ChaoE. DaxG. ForteD. GervasiGordimerQ. HeinsK. HunterT. JastE. JuarezKira N.J. KurlandLankfordM. LeishmanA. McCallumK. MerimarkMinecciM'NokC. MooreL. NeeleyNogM. O'BrienOdoB. PermenterT. RahimK. RichterG. RonessJ. SenkowskiB. SiskoN. SthiliStovP. TenmeiT. ch'ThaneThronT'rbVanBuskirkE. VaughnWorfA. Zucca
mirror universe ISS Defiant (Constitution-class)
Terran Empire
Imperial Starfleet
J. ArcherKelbyT. MayweatherPhloxM. ReedA.G. RobinsonH. SatoT'PolC. Tucker Terran Empire emblem.
Terran Rebellion
Galactic Commonwealth
J. BashirS. BowersE. DaxJ. DaxA. DeCurtisLeetaE. MuñizM. O'BrienPennakB. SiskoStevensP. TenmeiT. ch'Thane Terran emblem.
Commanding Officers of the Starships Defiant
Prime reality
Federation Starfleet
USS Defiant (NCC-1764) SerlingBlair USS Defiant (NCC-1764) assignment patch.png
USS Defiant (NX-74205) (I) SiskoDaxWorfKira Seal of the Federation Starfleet.
USS Defiant (NX-74205) (II) RossSiskoJastDaxVaughnKiraRoStinson
ISS Defiant (NCC-1764) ArcherSatoMayweatherRobinson Seal of the Terran Empire.
Defiant SiskoO'BrienLeetaDax Terran symbol image.

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